Who invented the infrared thermometer?

Answer In 1800, Sir William Herschel discovered infrared as a means of measuring temperature. Nearly two centuries later, this technology crossed over into the medical field. In 1984, David Phillips inven... Read More »

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What is an infrared thermometer?

When most people hear the word "thermometer," they think of being sick with a fever and holding a mercury-filled glass tube in their mouth. However, the only thing the infrared thermometer has in c... Read More »

How to Use a Cen-Tech Infrared Thermometer?

If your car's engine runs at an excessively high temperature, you risk damaging not only the engine but everything around it. In order to instantly check the temperature of your engine you can use... Read More »

Who invented the electronic thermometer?

According to U.S. Patent Office patent number 3729998, the inventors of the first electronic thermometer were Robert Cherry Martin, William Otis Martin, Fritz Kurt Mueller and James Parker Chandler... Read More »

Who invented the water thermometer?

Galileo Galilei is credited with being the inventor of the water thermometer during the 16th Century. In 1593, Galilei took the basic thermoscope and discovered that if he used a liquid lense dense... Read More »